In safe hands: The stuart lecture. Ensuring safe hands in high risk industries
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Professor Rhona Flin (School of Psychology, University of Aberdeen) gives the Stuart Lecture from the perspective of an industrial psychologist as she compares safety management and behavioural patterns of people in the oil, nuclear and aviation industries, to those in the medical industry.
This lecture was filmed at an event called: 'In safe hands? Reducing errors in the operating team'.
RSM Event Description: "Patient safety is high on the agenda and especially when in situations such as under the knife one wonders whether s/he is in safe hands. This one day conference aims to raise awareness of the current patient safety issues within the operating team, identify the reasons why errors occur and recognise how these errors can be reduced."
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Date of lecture: 8th December 2010
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